Let’s cut Peter Milobar some slack, shall we?
KAMLOOPS — We've settled in now, haven't we? We've all come to grips that Donald Trump is the next President of the United States?
The government of B.C. has lost its battle with teachers and education will improve as a result. Education spending in B.C.
There’s an old joke that 82.6 percent of statistics are made up on the spot. Toss that one out at a dinner party or a coffee klatch and see how many get it.
The American election is done; the votes counted, the outcome a fait de complete and the first serious Canadian casualty may be Kamloops.
It sure didn’t take The Donald long to become a “regular” politician. After all the talk during the campaign about what he was going to do when he became president, Donald Trump has started out with somewhat of a whimper.
Nothing comes free these days. I suppose in reality nothing ever came without a price of some sort. But last week’s Supreme Court of Canada decision to give B.C.
A LAUNDROMAT on Seymour Street was visited many years ago — maybe 25 or so — by a man who could have been anyone with some dirty socks and underwear that needed washing.
IT WAS EXACTLY on Nov. 1 that some of the neighbourhood pumpkins showed a last candle-less unglamorous grin before they were replaced with Christmas light garlands.